Hello, I posted earlier in the summer with an issue with my car's fuel pump. I replaced the pump a the end of the summer, and it's run flawlessly until today. As I was going to leave the store, I got into my car turned the key. It did a poor, sputtering start then died. After that I couldn't get the car to start. I tried multiple times to no avail. I had some pressure at the fuel rail, but nothing great. I noticed I didn't hear the fuel pump come on, only a really loud click from the relay. I pounded on the tank, but the car still wouldn't start. Then on a last ditch effort, I opened up the rear fuse box, pulled fuse #25 (The fuel pump fuse) and plugged it back in. The car started right up, and still starts now. I drove it around a little bit ago, and it runs fine, but I've noticed the fuel pump relay making a really loud click. After I got the car started I drove it up a relatively good sized hill, and the car didn't lose any power whatsoever, unlike a failing fuel pump should. Even though I put a cheap fuel pump in, I'm wondering if I have an electrical problem with this car. The car has over 203,000 miles on it, I only payed 650 for it. I've dumped a bunch of money into it, and it has several issues such as a stuck thermostat, worn electronic power steering system, and failing/blocked catalytic converter. Plus the fuel tank is a royal son of a gun to take out because Chevy made the rear fuel tank strap bolts completely inaccessible. I'm in college (a couple hundred miles from home), and I am financially stable enough to purchase a used car right now. I've never taken a car to a shop because my Dad knows how to fix almost any mechanical system on a car, and if I take it to a mechanic I likely won't be able to afford another car anymore. I'm wondering if anybody would have any input on this issue, because I'm trying to figure if it's a viable option to dump more money into a car than I originally payed for it, or just sell it off, cut my losses, and buy something else. Any input is greatly appreciated.